Estabrook's has been part of the Yarmouth community for more than three generations and we're also approaching a decade in the Kennebunk community. We're proud to support these local groups and organizations in their endeavors. We encourage you to follow the links below to learn more, get involved and support your local community.
The Kennebunk Free Library 5K Run/Walk race route travels through scenic Downtown Kennebunk, Maine, and benefits the Kennebunk Free Library.
The Kennebunk community rallies around this event with sponsorships, donating race day needs and by providing raffle items and services. Prizes are awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place overall winners in the Men's and Women's divisions for walking and running. Certificates of completion with finish times are also available.
The Kennebunk Land Trust, originally known as the Ramanascho Land Preservation Trust, was founded in 1972 to preserve and protect significant natural spaces in the Kennebunk/Arundel Region. As one of southern Maine’s oldest working land trusts, the Trust has preserved over 3,400 acres of forest, fields and waterways, including 1,600 acres of the Kennebunk Plains. Of these preserved lands, more than 300 acres are conservation easements managed for private landowners.
The Town of Kennebunk's Social Services Office serves the needs of the residents of Kennebunk by providing resources, information, and need-based support to individuals and families. This includes the General Assistance program, which provides assistance to individuals and families who meet the state mandated requirements for eligibility. General assistance is intended for people who are unable, not unwilling, to provide food, shelter, utilities, fuel, clothing, and certain other essential items for themselves and their families.
The Royal River Conservation Trust is a community-based non-profit land trust that has conserved 4000 acres of land, farms, and trails in the Royal River watershed and along Casco Bay. They primarily work in the towns of Yarmouth, North Yarmouth, New Gloucester, Pownal, Durham, and Gray.
Yarmouth schools have provided a fine education for hundreds of students over the years, and many students developed friendships which have lasted a lifetime. The Yarmouth Alumni Assocation seeks to facilitate connections between alumni and foster continuing interest in Yarmouth schools through reunions, fundraising and special events.
Yarmouth Cares About Neighbors (YarmouthCAN or YCAN) tracks local resources in Yarmouth, Maine, connects resources with people who need them, and works to fill the gaps.
The Yarmouth Community Garden’s mission is to create an organic garden for Yarmouth citizens that offers plots for renters; produces fresh vegetables and flowers for distribution to area residents and seniors in need; and provides a gardening experience that benefits all of Yarmouth through education, mentoring, and volunteer participation.
The Yarmouth Education Foundation formed in the Fall of 2010 in order to maintain and grow the high quality of education in the Yarmouth School District. Over the past six years, YEF has awarded nearly $215,000 to the four schools – making a positive impact on thousands of students.
The Yarmouth Historical Society has one of the finest local history collections in Maine. The Society exhibits this collection at the Yarmouth History Center at 118 East Elm Street, Yarmouth, Maine. At the Center, visitors can view some of the collection’s thousands of objects, archives, and photographs that document our heritage from the early history to yesterday.
Yarmouth Little League is a youth baseball and softball league for boys and girls ages 8 through 13 in the town of Yarmouth, Maine.
Project Graduation began in Maine in 1980 after Oxford Hills Comprehensive School lost seven of their students in a string of accidents due to drinking and driving during the commencement season, and it has become a rite of passage for many high schools across the country. Parents, schools and communities make a commitment to offer an alcohol and drug-free night of entertainment as an alternative to the student run, post-graduation parties. Volunteers put many hours of time and energy into planning a night of fun, food, and activities to keep kids safe.
The OUR HOUSE II campaign was created with the goal of raising funds to complete the amenities at the Yarmouth Sports turf complex. This includes construction of restrooms, improvements to the snack shack, updating of the team shed, upgrades to the electrical panel, and installation of signage.